Game Day Appetizers

Entertaining | October 11, 2013 | By


Whether your fall football plans involve watching the big game with family and friends at home or having your son’s teammates over for a team party, we have a number of recipes this month that will help make your planning easier.

Chicken Bacon Ranch Stuffed French Bread is the perfect party food to please a variety of people. Just slice it into thin pieces and use toothpicks to hold each section together.


Party In The End Zone!

Entertaining | December 20, 2012 | By

The big game will be here before you know it. Plan your event with friends and family this January with great menu items that will have them cheering on the sidelines. You could serve our Outlaw Chicken Sliders, Canadian Bacon Stuffed French Bread or BBQ Chip Chicken Tenders.

  • Outlaw Chicken Sliders – Great dish to serve at your football event. Bring out a platter of these and you will score!
  • Canadian Bacon Stuffed French Bread – Perfect half time food for home or to take to the game. Unwrap from foil and cut into 1 inch slices, rewrap the foil tightly and bake as directed. Serve hot with chips and salad.


It’s Halftime!

Entertaining | October 25, 2012 | By

Make your next gathering of friends and family to watch the game memorable. We have several dinners that double as great football solutions that will have them cheering and you on the couch watching with them.

Everyone will be at your house to watch the game, so order more than one!

Buffalo Ranch Chicken – These make the best chicken burgers! Just toast some hamburger buns to serve them on. Pair it with some BBQ potato chips and watermelon. A healthier and more filling alternative to “wings”.

Chicken and White Bean Chili with Corn Fritters – Great crock pot recipe from frozen. A meal you can


Easy meals while watching the game

Entertaining | October 27, 2010 | By

Buffalo Chicken French BreadFootball season is in full swing and that means Sunday get togethers or a relaxing afternoon on the couch watching the game. What could be easier than turning on the oven and baking a warm, delicious sandwich while watching the game?